what is the best done activities in volcanoes national park-rwanda
Volcanoes national park is also known as Parc National de Volcans (PVN). Volcanoes National Park is the most-visited national park in Rwanda and a tourism destination located in the northern province of Rwanda within Musanze village. Volcanoes National Park is Rwanda’s oldest national park in Africa and a conservation area for endangered mountain gorillas. Other wildlife species found in Volcanoes National Park include buffaloes, forest hogs, bush pigs, duikers, spotted hyenas, and primate species such as the endangered mountain gorillas, chimpanzees, golden monkeys, bird species, and the Virunga volcanic chained mountains.
Mountain gorilla trekking is a highly ranked activity done in the Volcanoes National Park, which gives visitors an opportunity to explore this fabulous forest as they search for the habituated mountain gorilla groups, which are "18" in total, where 12 mountain gorilla families are open for gorilla trekking and the remaining mountain gorilla families are reserved for research.
Mountain gorilla trekking begins very early in the morning, starting with a briefing at the park’s headquarters regarding the rules, regulations, and expectations. After being assigned to a mountain gorilla family to trek with, each visitor is accompanied by a knowledgeable park guide or ranger.
Golden monkey tracking is the second-best-selling tourism activity at Volcanoes National Park. with two habituated golden monkey families ready to be tracked on a daily basis. Golden monkey tracking begins very early in the morning with a morning briefing at headquarters about the rules and regulations of golden tracking. Following a briefing, a park ranger assigns you to the golden monkey group to track. Other activities at Volcanoes national park includes Volcano Climbing, Dian Fossey Hike, and a Community tour